11th BSP National Rover Moot
11th BSP NATIONAL ROVER MOOT
Theme: "Peace and Development through Scouting"
Provincial Government Center, BSP Camp, Dao, Pagadian City
Province of Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines
23-29 October 2014
ROVER MOOT is a gathering of Rover Scouts all over the country. The main objective of this is to further develop the character of our young people and develop their sense of responsibility and awareness of one’s value by rendering service in the community through immersion projects and development.
Rover Scouting is the fifth and final stage of youth development program of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines. This program is offered to young men and women ages 16 to 25 years old. It is a joyful journey from adolescence to a healthy, successful and happy adulthood. Rovering provides young adults with enriching experience and learning opportunities to undertake their personal development through the six (6) areas of personal growth – physical, intellectual, social, emotional, character and spiritual potentials; thus, helping the transition from adolescence to adulthood. It is in this section that a young person is guided towards a series of fun-filled, value-based, co-educational activities and meaningful projects as means for experiential learning in an atmosphere of brotherhood in the open air and service. Rovering is service-oriented; hence activities are focused on providing manpower to serve community/barangays through immersion projects.
RSD Imelda S. Samson, Northern Luzon Regions, BSP
CSE Michael A. Indoma, Bulacan Council, BSP